The Homestead campus has been enhanced by several recent construction projects, funded by Measures K and B. This includes the construction of a beautiful cafeteria building and redesign of the central quad in 2015.
Construction has been completed on the Innovation Hub building, housing business and computer science labs, art classrooms, a maker space and audio/visual studio. This building is the first of its kind in the Fremont Union High School District, allowing students and staff a unique opportunity to collaborate and experience a cross-pollination of curriculum and programs. The architect designed the building to meet the Collaborative for High Performance Schools (CHPS) standards, which emphasize energy-efficient, sustainable and cost effective designs.
Work is now beginning on the new Guidance and Student Services Building, at the location of the former D Building. Fencing is going up in the staff lot and we ask that students and families please not use the staff lot for drop off, pick up or parking starting immediately and until the building is completed in October 2020.